A little sampling of what women are writing about elsewhere.

Deborah A. Lott, writing for The Good Life, shares her experience as a campaign volunteer waiting for Robert F. Kennedy to appear at the Ambassador Hotel on the night he was assassinated in June of 1968.

Lori Carson, in a piece for The Washington Post opinion page, reflects on choosing her career over having children.

Helena Andrews, at The Root, suggests that reaction to Michelle Obama’s handling of a heckler might mean the end of the “angry black woman” stereotype.